Browsing All posts tagged under »DAPL (Dakota Access Pipe Line)«

Energy Company Sues Eco-Groups For Dakota Pipeline Crimes, Defamation

August 25, 2017 by


By Julia A Seymour ~ The name Greenpeace is a misnomer, if allegations in a new racketeering lawsuit prove true. Energy Transfer Partners, the company which owned and built the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline, announced Aug. 22, it is suing Greenpeace International, Greenpeace Inc., and Greenpeace Fund, BankTrack, Earth First! and other groups and individuals for […]

Trump’s Pipeline Approvals Are A Win For The Economy And Environment

January 25, 2017 by


By Nicolas Loris ~ In a win for the economy and the environment, President Donald Trump signed executive orders backing the construction of two unnecessarily controversial energy infrastructure projects: the Keystone XL pipeline and the Dakota Access pipeline. Getting the green light for the completion of the pipelines is kind of like receiving your appetizer […]

The Dakota Pipeline Protests, Explained

December 1, 2016 by


By Josh Siegel ~ Cody Schulz, chairman of the Morton County Commission in North Dakota, is keeping especially close track of a conflict over an oil pipeline that would run through his community. By his count, Wednesday was the 113th day of protests over the Dakota Access pipeline, which has become a complex battle—sometimes involving […]

Pipeline Anarchy

November 21, 2016 by


Trump win fuels more rampant theft and destruction – and North Dakota citizens pay the price By Paul Driessen ~ Is this to be our future? Last week’s elections will soon end autocratic rule via executive fiat, the war on coal and hydrocarbons, IRS agents targeting conservative groups, government SWAT teams invading businesses and homes, […]